Pricebaba has reported that rear camera bump will look like rounded-square instead of a capsule-like setup most manufacturers have been following lately.
In what can be termed highly unusual and a very very rare occurrence for a device manufacturer, Google has sort of just confirmed the recently leaked Pixel 4 render by OnLeaks is genuine. There were also rumours of Google having three design teams developing Pixel 4 series prototypes independently, and it now seems that company executives have settled on a design.
Google's Pixel 3 smartphone series has been out and about for nearly eight months, and is regarded as one of the brand's worst kept secret leading up to its launch previous year.
That makes the high-resolution renders much more accurate than the blurry Paparazzi-style shots you might see elsewhere.
We're seeing it four months earlier than the anticipated release date and it gives us a glimpse of the back of the Android phone, complete with a larger square-shaped camera module. If this really happens, it would be the first time Google will use multiple cameras at the back of its smartphones. He says that there will be two rear-facing cameras along with a spectral sensor used to handle light flickers.
There is no fingerprint scanner on the rear which might be a hint that it will have an in-display fingerprint scanner. There is no fingerprint reader in sight, making us think it could rely on a reader on the screen or face recognition.